KMPH-FOX: “Mommy tummy” busting exercises

June 10, 2015 11:36 AM

Mothers everywhere mostly agree that any negative side effect associated with pregnancy and childbirth is often forgotten after meeting their newborn for the first time. However, while new moms may mentally be able to forget or block out some of those pains and symptoms, some of the physical affects may last long after childbirth. According to Dr. Manny Alvarez, chairman,obstetrics and gynecology, at the Donna A. Sanzari Women's Hospital, HackensackUMC and senior managing editor at, changes in a woman’s core and pelvic floor are common after pregnancy. Some mothers may even be left with a condition called diastatis recti.




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